A room to live in: inside Kettle’s Yard
Friday 18 September 2020, 6.00pm to 7.00pm BST
Kettle’s Yard is a renowned house and gallery at the University of Cambridge. The house opened in 1957, created by ex Tate Curator, Jim Ede (1895 - 1990). The Director of Kettle’s Yard, Andrew Nairne, will talk about a number of the unique arrangements of art and objects which make Kettle’s Yard so special, offering insights into such questions as how to hang art in a home, the importance of light and why pebbles matter.
A recording of this session is available to watch on YouTube.
Booking for this event is now closed.